Gather cups, cause Ragnarok is finally over and the world is shattered. We must collect the shards of this world to build a new world and to see the werewolves rise again.
A new incarnation of the Wolf series of server emulator's for Ultima Online! A howl drifts across the night air, the moon is full, the pack is being called! Who shall answer the summons?
A wolf that was once, or is sometimes, a man. All werewolves are of evil disposition, having assumed a bestial form to gratify a beastial appetite, but some, transformed by sorcery, are as humane and is consistent with an acquired taste for human flesh. Some Bavarian peasants having caught a wolf one evening, tied it to a post by the tail and went to bed. The next morning nothing was there! Greatly perplexed, they consulted the local priest, who told them that their captive was undoubtedly a werewolf and had resumed its human for during the night. "The next time that you take a wolf," the good man said, "see that you chain it by the leg, and in the morning you will find a Lutheran."
A person transformed into a wolf in form and appetite, either temporarily or permanently, whether by supernatural influences, by witchcraft, or voluntarily; a lycanthrope. Belief in werewolves, formerly general, is not now extinct.
A monster which is part man - part wolf, normally they are able to change between fully wolf (be it a big nasty tough one) or half man - half wolf (looks a bit like the big bad wolf in bed time stories). Usually they can only be harmed with fire or silver.
A person who has been magically or supernaturally transformed into a wolf or other predatory animal, such as jaguars, jackals, bears, etc. See also "lycanthropy", "therianthropy", and "shape-shifting".
a monster able to change appearance from human to wolf
a creature that does not exist in the physical world
a fictional extension of a psychopath
a human being, man woman, or child (more often the first), who either voluntarily or involuntarily changes or is metamorphosed onto the apparent shape of a wolf, and who is then possessed of all the brute strength, and swiftness of that animal
a human shapeshifter who, traditionally under a full moon, turns into a wolf
a human that can change into a wolf usually on a full moon
a human that can turn into a wolf, along with a half human/half wolf creature
a human, that voluntarily or involuntarily changes or shape shifts into a wolf or wolf like creature during certain lunar cycles (normally that of a full moon)
a lycanthrope, a humanoid creature cursed to turn into a half-wold creature by the light of the full moon
a man who, at night, transforms himself or is transformed into a wolf
a man who turns into a wolf because of a cursed bloodline
a mortal that has the magical ability to transform into a large gruesome wolf
an animal, a wolf, that was transformed to its current state from a human by the power of the full moon
an person who turns to a wolf so therefore the term lycan is used wrongly in the film
a person that involuntarily turns into a wolf-like creature during full-moon nights
a person who can transform physically into a wolf
a person, who is transformed into a wolf
a (wo)man who turns into a wolf when he see's a full moon
(Old/Middle English word for man = were) A human being capable of transforming into the form of a wolf (or any variety of animals), then back to human; sometimes refered to as a "Shape-Shifter." See also " Lycanthrope"
A person who has been transformed into or having assimilated wolf-like characteristics.
a person that undergoes a transformation to become a wolf like creature.
A person who has been transformed into or has gained wolflike characteristics.
A werewolf (also lycanthrope or wolfman) in folklore and mythology is a person who shapeshifts into a wolf or wolflike creature, either purposely, by using magic, or after being placed under a curse. The medieval chronicler Gervase of Tilbury associated the transformation with the appearance of the full moon, but this concept was rarely associated with the werewolf until the idea was picked up by modern fiction writers. Most modern fiction agrees that a werewolf can be killed if shot by a silver bullet, although this was not a feature of folk legends.
In J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium, werewolves were servants of Morgoth, bred from wolves and inhabited by dreadful spirits (fallen lesser Maiar or fÃ«ar of Orcs).
A werewolf in the Harry Potter series is a human who, at the full moon, transforms into a vicious wolf.
A Werewolf is a human who transforms into a wolf-like figure on nights of the full moon in the fictional Buffyverse established by Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel.
Werewolves have featured a number of times in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who and its other media tie-ins. The canonicity of the non-television stories in relation to the television series is unclear, and the various media may not even be consistent with respect to each other.